Introduction to Industrial-Organizational Psychology; Human Resources Selection; Training in Organizations; Management Consulting
I received a B.A. in Psychology in 1986 from the University of Delaware. I received both my M.S. (1990) and my Ph.D. (1995) in Applied Psychology from Stevens Institute of Technology.
I have experience working as an internal and external consultant. My present position is Executive Consultant at PDI Ninth House, which is a global leadership development consulting firm. In my role, I focus primarily on leadership assessment, development, and executive coaching for senior leaders across a broad range of organizations. Prior to PDI Ninth House, I worked for two global professional services firms (KPMG and Marsh and McLennan) in internal leadership development and program management roles. At Marsh - I was the global manager for the firm's accelerated leadership development strategy, which included the development of a customized leadership development program experience in Asia Pac. My previous role was as a Vice President with Aon Consulting (Talent Solutions Consulting Group), where I directed projects involving assessment, development and learning programs for Fortune 500 companies in a wide range of industries.
I have been teaching at NYU since 2003.
American Psychological Association
Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Metropolitan New York Association for Applied Psychology
Boston University – Executive Development Roundtable
The Conference Board – Executive Coaching Council
New York Coaching Coalition
RECENT PAPER PRESENTATIONS
Jones (2004). Marsh Global Accelerated Leadership Development Process: A Blended Learning Approach. Presentation at the 2004 Winter Meeting of the Boston University Executive Development Roundtable, Cambridge, MA..
Baker, T.R., Dwight, S.A. & Jones, M.W. (2000). Assessing differences in applicant and incumbent performance on a biodata test for sales positions. In Schmidt, D.B. (Chair), Assessing the prevalence and impact of applicant faking. Fifteenth annual conference of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, LA.
Dwight , S.A. , Jones, M.W., & Baker, T.R. (2000). An evaluation of three ‘alternative’ predictors of salesperson job performance. In Smith, M.R., and Ryer, J.A. (Chair), Predicting sales success: An examination of alternative predictors. Fifteenth annual conference of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, LA.
Jones, M.W., Dwight, S.A., & Nouryan, T.R. (1999). Exploration of the construct validity of a situational judgment test for managerial assessment. In Clevenger, J.P. (Chair), The construct validity of the situational judgment inventory. Fourteenth annual conference of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Atlanta, GA.
Jones, M.W. (1995). Effects of motivation and peripheral cue information on structured interview ratings: A test of the elaboration likelihood model. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ.
Jones, M.W., & Skov, R.B. (1993). Persuasion and the interview: A test of the elaboration likelihood model. Paper presented at the eighth annual conference of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, San Francisco, CA.
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